British pronunciation/ɡˈa‍ʊn/
American pronunciation/ˈɡaʊn/
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a woman's evening dress with a long height, worn on formal or special occasions

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A gown is a type of garment, typically worn by women, that drapes from the shoulders and falls loosely over the body to the ankles or the floor. Gowns can be made from a variety of fabrics, including silk, chiffon, satin, and velvet, and can range from simple and casual to highly ornate and formal. They are often worn for special occasions such as weddings, proms, and formal events, but can also be worn as comfortable and stylish loungewear. Gowns can come in different styles such as empire waist, A-line, ball gown, and sheath, and may feature embellishments such as lace, embroidery, beading, or sequins.

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a loose cloak worn on official occasions or special ceremonies, such as the one worn by a lawyer at court

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A gown is a type of formal wear worn by lawyers, barristers, judges, and other legal professionals in courtrooms or other formal legal settings. The gown is typically made of black or dark-colored wool and features long sleeves and a buttoned front. It is often worn over a white shirt and collar, with a black tie, and accessorized with a white wig and bands or a black scarf. The style and design of the gown can vary depending on the country or region, and some legal traditions require specific colors or accessories to be worn. The gown serves as a symbol of the wearer's legal authority and professional status and helps to create a sense of formality and decorum in legal proceedings.

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a protective robe or garment worn by surgeons in operating rooms and other parts of hospitals to prevent contamination

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A gown can refer to a type of workwear worn in various professions, such as in medical or scientific settings. These gowns are typically designed to provide protection from contaminants or infectious materials and may be disposable or reusable. They are often made from lightweight, breathable materials such as polyester or cotton, and may have long or short sleeves, depending on the intended use. Some gowns may also have additional features such as ties or snaps to secure them in place and may come in a variety of sizes to accommodate different body types. Overall, gowns serve an important function in many work settings by helping to prevent the spread of disease and maintain a safe and hygienic environment.

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a long, flowing dress worn by women as a nightwear

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A gown can be a loose, flowing garment worn as nightwear for women. Typically made of lightweight and comfortable materials such as cotton, silk, or satin, a nightgown can be short or long and is designed to be worn while sleeping or lounging at home. Gowns can come in a variety of styles, ranging from simple and modest to more elaborate designs featuring lace, embroidery, or other decorative details. Nightgowns can also be sleeveless, have short or long sleeves, and can feature a variety of necklines. Some gowns are also designed to be worn as lingerie, featuring sheer fabrics, revealing cutouts, or other sexy accents.

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the members of a university as distinguished from the other residents of the town in which the university is located

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dress in a gown

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